2022 Jam Camp North registration information

2022 Jam Camp North registration information

We’re glad you’re coming to camp! Before you register please read the important information on this page. It includes answers to our most common questions.

Registration starts Wednesday, June 29, at 7 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.

Click here to register for Jam Camp North.

ESSENTIAL INFO

Jam Camp North runs for four days, from Sept. 15-18, 2022. Camp starts at noon on Thursday, Sept. 15 and ends at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 18. The camp is held at Prindle Pond Conference Center in Charlton, Mass. For directions and other travel info visit this page.

REGISTRATION OPTIONS AND PRICES

You can come to camp and stay for:

  • Four days (Thursday to Sunday) and three nights (Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights)
  • Three days (Friday to Sunday) and two nights (Friday and Saturday nights)
  • One or more single days, without staying overnight.

What’s included in the prices:

  • Tuition
  • Meals – The camp serves dinner on Thursday, three meals per day on Friday and Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday. If you’re staying three days, the first meal is dinner on Friday. If you’re staying four days the first meal is dinner on Thursday. If you’re coming for one or more single days (no overnights) you get the meals on those days.
  • Jam sessions and classes, and all other activities

Overnight Options

If you’re staying overnight, the only things you have to decide is which of our two campuses you’d like to stay on, and whether you’d like a single, double, or multi-person room. See the bottom of this page for details on our campuses.

Room type / Campus / Bath TypeThree days / Two nightsFour days / Three nights
Single, Hilltop, privateNot Available$765
Single, Pondside, sharedNot available$720
Double, Hilltop, private$545$655
Double, Pondside, shared$465$575
Bunk room (up to 4 people), Pondside, shared$415$525
Commuter / RV / tent camper$385$465

Single-day options

  • Saturday all day – $175
  • Thursday, Friday, Saturday evening – $60 per evening

If your first choice of room is sold out: The number of single rooms is limited and they sell out quickly — often in the first minutes of registration. If your first registration choice is sold out, please contact us to be put on a waiting list. If you have a second choice, you may register for that choice and if your first choice opens up we will change your registration and adjust your credit card balance.

Commuter / RV / tent camper

Car and RV parking are marked on the Prindle Pond campus map. You can pitch your tent in the area on the map that says ‘Hilltop Campus.’ There are no hookups for RVs. You are welcome to use the facilities in Sage Hall, the cafeteria, and the Lodge and Center dormitories. The bathrooms in Lodge and Center are gender-specific and have showers.

If you plan to commute but want to stay closer to camp, one local choice is Southbridge Hotel.

PAYMENT METHODS AND DEPOSITS

The easiest way to register is with a credit or debit card online.

You may also register online and pay by check. When you reach the billing portion of the registration form, choose ‘Check’ as your payment method and mail a check for the appropriate amount to:

Music Camps North, PO Box 674, Putney VT 05346

If you do not want to register online, call us and we will be glad to help you register. Our contact information is here.

Deposits: For some registration options, when you register you may choose to pay a $100 deposit rather than the entire balance. If you pay a deposit when you register the remaining balance will be charged on August 31, 2022. The balance will be charged to the same card you used to pay the deposit. After August 31 you must pay in full.

COVID POLICY

At this time (late June 2022) we do not have any COVID-related requirements or restrictions for Jam Camp North this fall. Proof of vaccination is not required, nor is the wearing of masks while at camp. But we reserve the right to change our policy if the situation changes if the COVID situation changes. If we institute a requirement that you cannot or are unwilling to comply with, we will refund your registration fee.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Contact us if you need to cancel your registration. The amount we refund depends on when you cancel. Here are the important dates:

  • Through August 31, 2021, full refund
  • September 1 to September 10, 2021, full refund less $100 cancellation fee
  • September 11 or later, no refund

CAMPERS UNDER AGE 18

If you will be under 18 years of age at camp and would like to attend, please contact us before you register.

PETS

Pets are not allowed. For questions about service animals, contact us.

CAMPUSES, DORM OPTIONS

Our camps are held on the two campuses of Prindle Pond Conference Center — ‘Hilltop’ and ‘Pondside.’

Prindle Pond Conference Center does not provide blankets, sheets, pillows, or towels. You must provide your own.

Should I Choose Hilltop Campus or Pondside Campus?

The two campuses are about a quarter of a mile apart, joined by an unpaved path on which you may walk or drive. If you have a mobility issue, a van will be available to drive you back and forth. Both campuses provide housing that is comfortable but not fancy. All dorms are “quiet dorms” — no jamming allowed after 11 p.m. Registration, meals, and concerts are all held on the Hilltop campus. Classes and evening jams are split between the campuses.

Pondside is the older campus, with dorms that are more rustic, and are priced lower than the Hilltop dorms. The dorms on Pondside have mostly double rooms with a shared bath down the hall. They also have a combined total of six single rooms with private (en suite) bath, which are priced at a premium and typically sell out quickly.

Hilltop is the newer, more modern campus with two dorms that have mostly double rooms, and also have a combined total of 6 single rooms. Every dorm room on Hilltop — doubles as well as singles — has a private (en suite) bath, which is priced at a premium and typically sells out quickly. The dining hall building does not have dorm rooms, and the 4 classrooms in the dining hall building are available for all-night jamming. All meals and the two faculty concerts take place on the Hilltop campus.